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Jan 20 2009 (HC)

Gordhan Vs. State of M.P.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-20-2009

Reported in : 2009(4)MPHT202

..... of the gazette by the state of m.p. dated 19th june, 2003 whereby a medical practitioner having bams degree cannot use the allopathic medicine during the treatment of the patients.10. in view of the aforesaid discussion, prima facie charge under section 24 of the act is not made out against the applicant and therefore, the charge-sheet filed by the state ..... and unani procedure. the annexure p-8 is the gazette notification issued by the govt. of m.p. whereby the govt. of m.p. has authorised all the medical practitioners having bams degree; to use the allopathic medicines also to the extent that they get the necessary training during their bams course.8. thus, on perusal of the aforesaid documents specially ..... that the applicant-accused being the registered medical practitioner in ayurvedic medicine and surgery is having allopathic medicine in his clinic also ..... before the judicial magistrate first class, jaora registered as criminal case no. 1414/06 for the offence punishable under section 24 of the madhya pradesh ayurvigyan parishad adhiniyam, 1987 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act').2. brief facts of the case are that the medical officer posted at primary health centre, piplouda lodged the fir on 19-3-2006 at police station, piplouda .....

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Mar 26 2009 (HC)

Ramesh and ors. Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-26-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ3268

..... his hand-writing and signatures. in our considered view, the contents of the post-mortem report ex. p/24 are relevant as per provision under section 32 sub-section (2) of the indian evidence act which reads as under:section 32. 'cases in which statement of relevant fact by person who is dead or cannot be found, etc. is relevant.- statements, written or ..... evidence, therefore, they deserve acquittal, hence acquitted.13. resultantly, this appeal is allowed in part. conviction and sentences of all the appellants for the offence punishable under section 302 read with section 34 of the indian penal code are hereby set-aside. however, ..... the appellant no. 1 ramesh is convicted under section 304 (part ii) of the indian ..... section 302 read with section 34 of the indian penal code against appellant no. 2 barjor singh and no. 3 chhajju because there is no evidence available on record that they had any pre-meditation, pre-meeting of mind and pre-plan with the appellant no. 1 ramesh to commit culpable homicide not amounting to murder. their overt act is also not corroborated by medical .....

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Apr 29 2009 (HC)

Dr. Ashutosh Mishra Vs. the State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-29-2009

Reported in : AIR2009MP222

..... in government, autonomous medical college, engineering college/polytechnic colleges/industrial training institutes.(4) as per the circular dated 13-5-2005 issued by the public health and family welfare department ..... perusal of the said circular it is clear that the benefit with regard to the tuition fee has been restricted to one time and only one degree/course, in government as well as autonomous medical colleges. the language employed in the said circular unambiguously conveys that it would have prospective application. the petitioner, as is manifest, was entitled to ..... as under:(1) the children of the green card holders would be entitled to exemption from the payment of fee only in government and autonomous medical colleges. engineering college/polytechnic colleges/industrial training institutes.(2) the children of the green card holders shall not be entitled to exemption from the payment of fee who are prosecuting their studies in ..... medical college, engineering college/polytechnic colleges/industrial training institutes established by the private sectors.(3) the benefit with regard to tuition fee shall be granted only one time and only for one degree/course .....

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May 15 2009 (HC)

Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges and ors. Vs. the St ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : May-15-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)MPHT418

..... to eligibility of a candidate for taking the common entrance examination for admission to the postgraduate medical and dental courses in private unaided medical and dental colleges in the state of madhya pradesh are quoted herein below:sections 3 (a) and 5 of the act, 2007:3. definitions.- in this act, unless the context otherwise requires,:*** *** ***(a) 'appropriate authority' means a central or state authority established ..... notification dated 27th april, 2009 of the state government, the distribution of the seats of postgraduate medical and dental courses in the three private unaided medical colleges are as follows:distribution of degree seats pre-pg counsellingapril-may, 2009r.d. gardi medical college, ujjain--------------------------------------------------------------------------------s. no. subject ur st sc obc total--------------------------------------------------------------------------------(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. anatomy 1 1 - 1 3 ..... is provided:eligibility:a candidate for admission to the mds course (master of dental surgery) must have a recognised degree of bds (bachelor of dental surgery) awarded by an indian university in respect of recognised dental college under section 10 (2) of the dentists act, 1948 or an equivalent qualification recognised by the dental council of india and should have obtained permanent registration with .....

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Jun 19 2009 (HC)

Smt. Sushila Devi and ors. Vs. Registrar, High Court of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-19-2009

Reported in : AIR2009MP260

..... right not to be deprived thereof except by due process of law'. any person alleging contrqvention of this right and other human rights and freedoms recognized under sections 1 and 2 can apply under section 6 for redress to the high court which is empowered to issue appropriate orders, writs and directions for enforcement or securing the protection of provisions of the ..... the people is an essential part of the obligations undertaken by the government in a welfare state. the government discharges this obligation by running hospitals and health centres which provide medical care to the person seeking to avail those facilities. article 21 imposes an obligation on the state to safeguard the right to life of every person. preservation of human ..... the establishment, including the railway stations and yatri niwas, are essential components of the govt. machinery which carries on the commercial activity. if any of such employees commits an act of tort, the union govt. of which they are the employees, can, subject to other legal requirements being satisfied, be held vicariously liable in damages to the person wronged ..... of which is guaranteed under the constitution, is a claim based on strict liability and is in addition to the claim available in private law for damages for tortious acts of the public servants. public law proceedings serve a different purpose than the private law proceedings. award of compensation for established infringement of the indefeasible rights guaranteed under article .....

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Jul 02 2009 (HC)

State of M.P. Vs. Dr. Ramlakhan Singh and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-02-2009

Reported in : 2009(5)MPHT332

..... officer and the private complainant cannot always be supposed to have knowledge of medical science so as to determine whether the act of the accused medical professional amounts to rash or negligent act within the domain of criminal law under section 304-a of ipc ...53. statutory rules or executive instructions incorporating certain ..... of the deceased, the cause of death is still unknown. no certificate has been obtained by the investigating officer of an independent and competent medical officer as it is required as per the observation of the apex court in paragraph 53 of the case of dr. jacob mathew (supra). ..... of death is unknown. as per the statement of civil surgeon dr. pankaj shukla, at the relevant time, one dr. bagrecha was posted as medical specialist, but he was on leave on oral request. on this oral request, he asked dr. mangal singh rajput to remain available on duty at ..... that time, another doctor bansal came and after examining the deceased declared him as dead. during treatment this accused dr. ramlakhan singh sent calls to call medical specialist dr. bagrecha. when he could not available, he sent further calls to accused dr. r.s. sharma and dr. m.s. rajput. ..... .(2) different standards cannot be applied to doctors and others. in all cases it has to be seen whether the impugned act was rash or negligent. by carrying out a separate treatment for doctors by introducing degree of rashness or negligence, violence would be done to the plain and unambiguous language of section .....

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Aug 03 2009 (HC)

Taj Mohammad and ors. Vs. State of M.P.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-03-2009

Reported in : 2010(1)MPHT184

..... if the negative finding regarding right of private defence is affirmed, no offence would be made out in view of the provisions of sections 10 and 20 of the cattle trespass act, 1871. in response, learned panel lawyer has submitted that the conviction in question is well founded on merits.7. in order ..... s death was homicidal in nature was rightly accepted by learned trial judge. however, it was also apparent that dr. rajesh kathal had conducted the medical examination of nawab in a casual and perfunctory manner and, therefore, the possibility that a proper and skilful treatment of the head injury would have ..... may be about his right to that land or crop. the remedy of the owner of the cattle so seized is to take action under section 20 of the act. he has no right to use force to rescue the cattle so the accused and their men could have apprehended, in thecircumstances ..... , 506 and 325 read with section 34 of the ipc as crime no. 38/1992 was registered by scribing the fir (exh. p-1). they were sent to katju hospital, bhopal for medical examination.(ii) after a preliminary examination, dr. rajesh kathal (p.w. 15) referred nawab, iliyas and ismail to hamidia hospital for ..... to appreciate the merits of the rival contentions in a proper perspective, it would be necessary to first advert to the medical evidence on record.8. dr .....

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Sep 03 2009 (HC)

Ramchandra Kahar Vs. State of M.P.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-03-2009

Reported in : 2009(5)MPHT160

..... be led by it to establish the charge cannot be of the same degree as is required in other cases of circumstantial evidence. the burden would be of a comparatively lighter character. in view of section 106 of the evidence act there will be a corresponding burden on the inmates of the house to ..... has laid down in the backdrop of the fact that accused was present in the house on the fateful night, medical evidence assumes importance in the case to ascertain cause of death. medical evidence indicated that death was due to asphyxia as a result of strangulation around the neck. it was not the case ..... . sessions judge, rewa, in s.t. no. 153/99 thereby convicting the appellant for commission of offence under section 302, ipc for committing murder of his wife leelawati and daughter santosh kumari.2. the prosecution case in short is that accused was having evil eye on his daughter and wanted to commit forcible ..... was raised by the witness, on that villagers assembled, by that time his sister and mother had already died. he has further stated in para 2 of his deposition that conduct of his father was not good. he used to attempt forcible sexual intercourse with his daughter santosh kumari on number of ..... enquired about his father from his brother laxminarayan, he informed that father had taken the bicycle and had gone towards the eastern direction. for the last 2-3 days dispute was taking place in the family. merg intimation was registered at nos. 12/99 and 13/99. investigation was done. it was .....

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Nov 24 2009 (HC)

Dr. Kirti Saxena (Smt.) Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-24-2009

Reported in : 2010(1)MPHT349

..... dwitiya sanshodhan) adhiniyam of 1998 provides for retirement of teachers at the age of 62 years and the same reads as under:2. amendment of fundamental rule 56 as substituted by section 2 of the madhya pradesh act no. 29 of 1967.-- in section 2 of the madhya pradesh shaskiya sevak (adhivarshiki-ayu) adhiniyam, 1967 (no. 29 of 1967), after sub-rule (1) of rule ..... subsequently promoted to the post of principal. the principal is also involved in teaching activities and by no stretch of imagination, the post of principal can be excluded from the definition of a 'teacher' as has been done in the present case by the respondents/state. once the respondents have extended the benefit of continuance in service by treating the ..... dues.10. the writ petition is allowed with the following directions:(a) the petitioner being a teacher shall be entitled for two advance increments on acquiring the ph.d. degree with effect from 31-7-1998.(b) the recovery initiated against the petitioner is hereby quashed.(c) the respondents are directed to finalize and to release all terminal dues of ..... :-- for the purpose of this sub-rule 'teacher' means a government servant by whatever designation called, appointed for the purpose of teacher in government educational institution including technical or medical educational institutions, in accordance with the recruitment rules applicable to such appointment and shall also include the teacher who is appointed to an administrative post by promotion or otherwise and .....

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Dec 07 2009 (HC)

Ram Kishan Soni Vs. Dr. Surendra Bahre

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-07-2009

Reported in : 2010(1)MPHT252

..... entitled to evict the appellant on the ground under section 12(1)(c) of the act. the appellant amended the written statement and denied that the provisions of section 12(1)(c) of the act are attracted. it is also pleaded that for providing tmt, eco, ecg and doppler facility the medical practitioner must possess the degree in radiology/radio diagnosis. the respondent does not possess ..... m.p. accommodation control act.13. in the case of jagdamba prasad khandelwal v. shanti devi 2002 (1) mpwn 12, it has been held that in an ejectment suit, the ..... denied the title of the respondent. the respondent by way of amendment gave the detailed particulars about the execution of registered will dated 10-2-1988 and also claimed the decree under section 12(1)(c) of the act on the ground that denial of the title by the appellant is likely to affect adversely and substantially the interest of the respondent and ..... (mst.) v. jagmohan arora 2000 (2) mpwn note no. 142, gwalior bench of m.p. high court has held that it is not necessary for the landlord to produce the document of her title when defendant had admitted the relationship of landlord and tenant. once rent is paid to landlady, she shall be landlord within the definition of the landlord under the .....

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